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Thirsk & Malton constituency was formed from the old Ryedale and part of the Vale of York seats. Our Member of Parliament is Kevin Hollinrake. Former MPs include John Greenway and Anne McIntosh.

Our Association is founded on the strength of our members and volunteers, and we would like to invite you to join us today and be part of the team that is working for this area.

On this website you will find details of recent news and forthcoming events, as well as contact details for your County & District Councillors. You will also find details of how you can help the Conservative Party locally, and you can join us here. For further information please telephone 01653 693502 or email info@thirskandmaltonconservatives.com

Latest News

We are delighted to announce that Dave Elders has been elected as the Conservative councillor for the Thirsk ward in the recent By-election.

The results were as follows:

Conservatives 679

Labour Party 251

Yorkshire Party 108

Spoilt 4

Total 1042

Turnout 19%

Cllr Elders joins Cllr Gareth Dadd as the second councillor in the Thirsk ward and we know they will both work hard for the residents of Thirsk and surrounding villages. Congratulations Dave!

 

 

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Youth unemployment has halved since 2010

Youth unemployment has halved since 2010; real wages for workers have grown for the seventh consecutive month; overall unemployment is at its lowest since 1975.

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